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New Orleans Saints fan convicted of shoving Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey during game

Wednesday, 05 August 2015 07:05 Written by
CHICAGO — Prosecutors say a 58-year-old New Orleans Saints fan has been found guilty of shoving Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey at Soldier Field last December. The Chicago Tribune (http://trib.in/1N9CyYc ) reports that a Cook County judge on Tuesday found Richard Kohnke of New Orleans guilty of a misdemeanor charge of battery with insulting or provoking conduct. Kohnke was sentenced to six months of court supervision. The incident happened on Dec. 15 when the Bears…
Buccaneers 2015 Preview: Complete Tampa Bay Guide for Preseason, Season
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 06:34 Written by
All Eyes On Jameis Top overall picks always garner plenty of attention, but Jameis Winston will be under a particularly large microscope as he takes the reins of Tampa Bay's offense, as well as the future of the franchise. After an extremely successful college career that saw him win a Heisman Trophy and a national championship—but also end up in the news for his questionable off-field decisions—Winston will be tested by constant scrutiny and the…
Longtime friends Dustin Hopkins, Zach Hocker battling to be Saints kicker
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:15 Written by
Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer CloseCovered Saints for eight years at New Orleans Times-PicayunePreviously covered LSU football, San Francisco 49ersIowa native and University of Iowa graduateFollow on Twitter0 Shares EmailPrint CommentWHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. – The competition between New Orleans Saints kickers Dustin Hopkins and Zach Hocker is so intense, it has even raged on during their sleep while they’ve been rooming together during training camp. “The first night, he did snore pretty bad, and…
Saints coaches get chance to take stock while players rest
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 23:09 Written by
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. — While Saints players had Tuesday off to get away from football, it provided an opportunity for the coaching staff to look over procedures and evaluate players. With 90 players on the roster, the coaching staff takes time to sit down with the scouts, who are in West Virginia for another week, to discuss the personnel and restack the depth chart. We’ve already seen the results of some
Saints defensive end Akiem Hicks offers no excuses for dip in production last year
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 20:28 Written by
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. — Akiem Hicks isn’t the type to make excuses. The big defensive end played through an ankle injury last year, a problem that nagged and lingered and eventually landed him on injured reserve for the season finale. An ankle injury like that can be the difference between the star-making season everybody expected Hicks to have and the slight dip in production that followed his breakout 2013 campaign. Except
Lewis: Early revelations about Saints after a week of training camp
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 19:07 Written by
WEST SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — And on the seventh day, the Saints rested. A week after arriving here for training camp, the players, at least, had Tuesday off. Not so much, probably, for the staff, which in addition to the ongoing evaluation of the current 90-man roster is preparing for the next three days, which will bring an increased physical level culminating with Saturday’s scrimmage. With that in mind, here are six things
New Orleans Saints position preview: Quarterbacks
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 18:52 Written by
TwitterFacebookGoogleRedditEmailPrint Drew Brees Four quarterbacks: one icon; three inexperienced players vying for a coveted backup spot. The New Orleans Saints are not experiencing quarterback questions for the starting position. Of course Drew Brees will be the starter. The Big Easy’s
Hicks offers no excuses for dip in production
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 18:41 Written by
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. — Akiem Hicks isn’t the type to make excuses. The big defensive end played through an ankle injury last year, a problem that nagged and lingered and eventually landed him on injured reserve for the season finale. An ankle injury like that can be the difference between the star-making season everybody expected Hicks to have and the slight dip in production that followed his breakout 2013 campaign. Except
Linebacker Stephone Anthony has not been performing like a rookie at Saints camp
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 17:15 Written by
Advocate staff photo by PATRICK DENNIS -- Saints linebacker Stephone Anthony (50) works in drills during the Saints' morning training camp practice Monday in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. — Parys Haralson knows what great middle linebackers look like. He was in San
Saints' first-rounder Andrus Peat a promising work in progress
Tuesday, 04 August 2015 17:02 Written by
The lush surroundings of The Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia are proving to be a learning oasis for Saints rookie tackle Andrus Peat, but the knowledge isn't coming without a price tag. New Orleans' 316-pound, 6'7" first round pick out of Stanford is hearing all about what he doesn't know when it comes to things like one-on-one pass protection at the professional level. Head coach

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